The months of May and June are when most birds in Pennsylvania build their nests, lay their eggs and raise their young. May and June are also when thousands of bird watchers fan out across the state, to find and study those bird families. They're collecting data for the second edition of the Pennsylvania Breeding Bird Atlas. Altoona resident Roy Boyle is one of those volunteers. He's found three species of pretty unusual birds in a pretty unusual place. Here is report from WPSU's Cynthia Berger.
Stories: Moorehen Marsh
June 16, 2006